Tian Kui Zi (Muskroot-like Semiaquilegia Root)
The Effect of Radix Semiaquilegiae
Sweet, bitter, cold; liver and stomach meridians entered.
Clear heat and remove toxicity, resolve swelling and dissipate nodulation, promote diuresis.
Sores and boils, epilepsy, traumatic injury, snake bites, scrofula, haemorrhoid, cough due to lung deficiency, morbid leucorrhea, hernia, stranguria with turbid discharge, infantile convulsion.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 3~9 g, or made into powder, 1.5~3 g, or soaked in wine. Proper dosage is for external application, pounded for applying or eye drop.
It is contraindicated for loose stool and spleen deficiency.